Dec 10: PERT Townhall with Director Marvin

Please join us at 6 pm on Thursday, December 10th for a discussion of the PERT program with its Director, Dr Marvin. The night of the townhall, you may join by visiting: sandiegonaacp.org/pert-zoom

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Dec 10: PERT Townhall with Director Marvin
The Branch Helps Distribute 110 Turkey Dinners

The Branch Helps Distribute 110 Turkey Dinners

Pastor Walter Ko of 3XL Christian Church had some extra turkey dinners to distribute. He made contact with the NAACP San Diego Branch through GODRadio1, and we teamed up with Never Leave One Behind and Johnson Elementary School to give dinners to the families of 50 veterans, 50 schoolkids, and 10 needy seniors.

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Dec 7: Police Budget Townhall with the IBA

Please join us at 6 pm on Monday, December 7th for a discussion of the San Diego Police Department budget with Independent Budget Analyst Andrea Tevlin. The night of the townhall, you may join by visiting: sandiegonaacp.org/police-budget-zoom

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Dec 7: Police Budget Townhall with the IBA
ACT-SO Has a New Chair!

ACT-SO Has a New Chair!

Please welcome Vatrice George as Chair of our Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics program for high school youth! Vatrice is a Native San Diegan who attended college in NYC receiving her B.A. in English. After living in the NY/NJ area for 22 years, she moved back to California in 2018.  Vatrice has worked in Administrative roles at several academic and…

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Draft CAPER Report Review

2020-11-18 The City of San Diego has released its draft "CAPER" (Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report). This report describes how the City is doing spending HUD grant money. The report is always eye-opening. In it, for example, you will find that they plan to help 62,000 people with equity issues over the 5 years of the period, and they have…

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Draft CAPER Report Review
SDPD Enforcement of Solid Mask Policy

SDPD Enforcement of Solid Mask Policy

November 18, 2020 Chief David NisleitSan Diego Police Department1401 Broadway AveSan Diego, CA 92101 Dear Chief Nisleit, We are writing to express our concerns with regards to on-duty San Diego Police Officers wearing Thin Blue Line facial coverings, as well as officers lacking facial coverings while on duty. Both of these actions violate Department regulations, and negatively affect the communities…

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Op-Ed: Yes to Reparations for Slavery

November 18, 2020 Yes to Reparations for Slavery The NAACP San Diego Branch supports and applauds Assemblywoman Weber’s proposal to create a commission to study reparations for the enslavement of more than 4 million Africans and their descendants from 1619 to 1865. As recognized by Weber’s bill, AB3121, the true costs of slavery and the systematic racism that followed, continues…

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Op-Ed: Yes to Reparations for Slavery
Measure B Roundtable on November 30th

Measure B Roundtable on November 30th

The following letter was received by the Branch: Dear Francine and Brian, I am writing to invite you to a roundtable discussion about Measure B, and next steps in the transformation of the current Community Review Board on Police Practices (CRB) into an independent Commission on Police Practices. In preparing for this roundtable, we compiled a large list of local community groups. We are writing…

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YBNB Magazine

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YBNB Magazine
National Wreaths Across America Day

National Wreaths Across America Day

Wreaths Across America Day will take place at Greenwood Memorial Park, 4300 Imperial Avenue, San Diego 92113. There is no ceremony this year, but we are still laying wreaths on December 16th and 17th the graves of the fallen heroes buried at Greenwood. There are two ways to participate: Donate a wreath (before November 27th). Wreaths are $15 each. Scan…

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